I have gone through: “A connection to the bus can’t be made”
And: “ERROR No UMS support in radeon module!”
Now dealing with: “Failed to connect to lvmetad”
This trilogy has become a funny and an unexpected blog series on “A habit of Learning”. Let’s find out, do I get rid of these booting issues once and for all, or another error is keeping an eye on me? (Noooooo!) Continue reading “Failed to connect to lvmetad: booting issue”
This post is in continuation with my previous blog post about “A connection to the bus can’t be made: booting issue”. So, as soon as I got rid of my prior booting error I got another one. But this time it was more specific (related to radeon device) and easy to find out the solution over web. Here is what worked for me.
Continue reading “[drm:radeon_init[radeon]] ERROR No UMS support in radeon module!: booting issue [solved]”
Hello and welcome back to “A Habit of Learning”! Couldn’t write for so long due to repetitive health issues then exams then an exciting chess tournament then a bit of LaTex and cookiecutter like tools and then here I am. Before I write about anything else of what all I have been going through these days, I feel there is a need of THIS blog post as I couldn’t find many solutions over the web regarding the issue. Continue reading “A connection to the bus can’t be made: booting issue [solved]”
Hey! I was curious about if we can create a bootable USB drive from Command Line Interface alone. I always have my utmost trust in CLI but this task sought to be tricky. Therefore, I set myself relaxed and dived to search a solution on duckduckgo.
Continue reading “How to create bootable USB using CLI”
Ever get into the freaking condition, when your system doesn’t boot successfully and throw your control to a grub rescue utility informing the following error?
error: no such partition.
Entering rescue mode...
I went through this situation today. And here is how I rescued with it. Continue reading “How to boot from Grub Rescue? Fixed(error): no such partition.”
Hello Once Again!
This Blog is in continuation with my previous one so if you haven’t read that. It is recommended that first, you have a look at this “How to make a Bootable pen drive using Rufus”.
– Once you have a Bootable device (pen drive in this tutorial having “iso” image of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or any other version) and a suitable computer. You are all set to install Ubuntu on your machine. How? let’s see… Continue reading “How to install Ubuntu using a bootable USB pen drive?”
How’s your techie life going? And by the way, do you have an Operating System which you would like to replace or do you want to try another one, without making any hazard with your current OS.
If yes, then I would like to tell you and perhaps you must be knowing already about bootable devices and soft. Which may make a device bootable. Right? Even though there are number of such softwares available Online like UNetbootin, Universal USB Installer, or Windows 7 USB download tools, etc. I am going to discuss a specific one – The Rufus.
A bootable device: these devices can be used (as the name suggest) for booting. Using a bootable device you may try an Operating System, install it, run low-level utilities, and all.
Rufus: this is a software utility used to make a device bootable. If you want to know more about Rufus: go Here.
Now let’s see how you may create a USB bootable using Rufus… Continue reading “How to make a Bootable pen drive using Rufus?”